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2005-09-06 TI expands Aureus DSP family
Texas Instruments introduced the next generation in its Aureus family of audio DSPs for applications requiring multi-channel decoding.
2006-10-19 TI, Mistral team up on virtual CD changer ref design
Texas Instruments and India's Mistral Software recently introduced a virtual CD changer reference design built on TI's Aureus audio digital DSPs.
2006-10-19 TI, Mistral Software co-develop virtual CD changer ref design
Texas Instruments Inc. and Mistral Software Ltd are launching a virtual CD changer (VCDC) reference design for next-generation A/V applications.
2006-03-14 TI DSPs power Yamaha's new AVRs
Texas Instruments announced that Yamaha's three new audio/video receivers are powered by its Aureus DA7xx generation of high-performance audio DSPs, handling all of the products' audio functionality.
2004-09-15 TI audio DSP powers Harman's latest a/v receivers
The Aureus audio DSPs and analog components from Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) are being utilized in Harman Kardon's two latest audio/video receivers, the AVR 635 and AVR 435.
2006-11-15 DSPs enable Dolby Digital in HD-DVD, Blu-ray
TI said its Aureus DSPs are the first to support Dolby Digital Compatible Output technology, which enables next-generation optical disc (HD-DVD and Blu-ray) players to deliver a 640Kbps Dolby Digital-encoded, surround-sound signal.
2006-04-13 Audio DSPs target low-cost home, automotive apps
Texas Instruments has launched the latest versions of its Aureus generation of audio DSPs.
2005-09-01 Audio DSP line adds performance, features for consumer apps
Texas Instruments has beefed-up its Aureus family of audio DSP chips, a move that will enable consumer electronics manufacturers to provide more performance and features.
2008-12-25 Digital audio processors enable cost-effective CE solution
Texas Instruments Inc. has announced its third-generation DA830 and DA828 Aureus digital audio processors. The highly-integrated, dual-core DA8x product line offers the combined features of an ARM-based applications processor and an audio DSP core, as well as a wide range of peripherals.
2004-06-23 TI headphone driver allows sustained dynamic range of >120dB
TI introduced the TPA6120A2, a high-fidelity headphone driver that completes an entire audio signal chain for SACD and DVD audio players.
2007-06-26 DSPs promise high-fidelity audio
TI has launched what it claims to be the first audio/video receiver (AVR) implementation approved for both Dolby TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus.
2005-12-14 Clock multiplier features 60ps jitter
TI's new programmable clock multiplier features a low jitter of 60ps and in-system spread spectrum adjustment that improves performance, simplifies development and saves cost in consumer applications.
2001-08-09 V.92/V.44 - New dial-up softmodem standard
This conference technical paper describes the three new features of the ITU V.92 standard modem that adds convenience and performance to the modem user.
2001-07-02 V.92/V.44 - A New Dial-Up Softmodem Standard
This paper explains the softmodem hardware and software architecture by taking Motorola's V.92 SM56 PCI II modem as an example. It also presents the V.44 and V.92 high-level implementation.
1999-06-29 Software modem and audio/modem riser (AMR) design
The highly integrated design on PCI single chip AFE and AC-Link '97 codec silicon DAA yields great benefits for on-board design. As a result, the power consumption is reduced to as low as 390mW on PCI solution and 160mW on AC-L solution.
2000-05-03 MDC and MiniPCI modem/LAN combo design for notebooks
This paper describes the technical challenge of designing software modem and modem/LAN combo for notebook based on these two new platforms. Both modem hardware and software architecture will be discussed. The advantages of cost, development and homologation cycle, as well as variety of choice of vendors will be presented too.
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